As an Art Director Giuseppe Mastromatteo has created a transformative world where a motorcycle balances on a tightrope high above the city, black fabric melds into a sinister looking panther and the curves of a Campari bottle shift into a beautiful woman.
His non-commercial work is equally dramatic, but remains unsettlingly understated. In his latest series, “Indepensense,” Mastromatteo’s creative transformations go the route of a poetically surreal Man Ray vision. Eyes, ears, and lips are objects that shift across the body creating oddly displaced, yet classically harmonious portraits.
Indepensense is now on display at the Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in New York.